Tag Archives: Nutrition.

Scoop: A 2018 acquisition paved the way for Teladoc Health’s new nutrition offering – MobiHealthNews

Editor’s note: This article has been edited after publication. Last December, Teladoc Health made an unannounced deal with TelaDietitian (formerly Nutrify), a consumer and enterprise platform for video consultations with registered dietitians, according to documents provided to MobiHealthNews. This strategic acquisition provided Teladoc access to the smaller company’s multi-state network of registered dietitians, as well as… Read More »

New Leaf offers nutrition workshop | Quick Bites – Santa Cruz Sentinel

SANTA CRUZ — From 1-2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, Certified Nutrition Consultant Madia Jamgochian will give a free, one-hour talk: “Demystifying Omegas.” Omega has become a buzzword and many products claim high sources on their packaging. Jamgochian will discuss the different types (3, 6, 7 & 9), which ones we need to optimize health, and best dietary… Read More »

Any way you slice it, nutrition studies are controversial – Medical Xpress

For every study that warns against the health perils of coffee, there’s another that points to Java as the key to longevity. Really, if you pick any trendy food—wine, kale, chocolate—and search for its health effects, you’re bound to find mixed messages. So what’s the deal? Why are nutrition studies so often unreliable? The question… Read More »

Nutrition Stripped

Nutrition Strippedhttps://nutritionstripped.com Reliable nutrition and health education, made simple and for real life.Tue, 01 Jan 2019 14:01:52 +0000en-UShourly1https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.9Good Morning Juicehttps://nutritionstripped.com/good-morning-juice/ https://nutritionstripped.com/good-morning-juice/#respondTue, 01 Jan 2019 06:00:43 +0000https://nutritionstripped.com/?p=57153A hydrating juice to say good morning to your body. This Good Morning Juice contains kitchen staple vegetables, citrus, and can be made in 5 minutes for a refreshing drink.… Read More »

Is Nutrition Science Mostly Junk?

One day, coffee causes cancer; the next, it cures cancer. One day, wine is good for you; the next it kills you. Given its self-contradictory wishy-washiness, can nutrition science be trusted? Not at all, say Edward Archer and his co-authors, in a new paper published in Frontiers in Nutrition. They believe nutrition research is so… Read More »